Toy Review: Just Play’s Doc McStuffins Doll & Doctor Bag Playset #MomMixer

If you’re lucky enough to actually be able to find it in-store (it’s selling out like crazy), Disney’s Doc McStuffins Doll from Just Play Toys is one of the IT toys for the holiday season.  It normally sells for $29.99 when you can find it – you can see it listed here on the Toys R Us site {Disney’s Doc McStuffins Time For Your Check Up Doll, $29.99} and the fact that it’s currently sold out.

About the doll: It’s time for a checkup with everyone’s favorite doctor! With the Disney Doc McStuffins Time For Your Check Up Doll you can use Doc McStuffins magical check up tools to make Lambie talk! Check Lambie’s heart, ears and temperature. Doc also talks and sings the “time for Your Check-Up” song. Doc McStuffins is an American animated television series produced by Brown Bag Films, which premiered on March 23, 2012 on Disney Channel and Disney Junior. The series is about a six-year-old girl, Dottie “Doc” McStuffins, who can “fix” toys, with a little help from her stuffed animal friends, Stuffy, Hallie, Lambie and Chilly. During ending credits, Doc gives advice to viewers about staying healthy.

It’s super popular right now!  So if you see it in-store, be sure to snatch it up.  Doc McStuffins is a new show this season on the Disney Channel and kids are nuts for it.

Check this out – just saw this: totally jacked up price on Amazon for over $60 for the Doc McStuffins doll – crazy!

And a great side gift product along with the doll is the Doc McStuffins Doctor’s Bag Playset ($18.99 at ToysRUs.com).  It comes with this adorable medical bag, a stethoscope and other fun medical accessories for girls to play with!  This one’s at least not sold out so I recommend snatching it up while you can if you plan on searching for the doll before the holidays.

Comments

  1. R. Sue says

    My daughter loves Doc McStuffins and has been asking for the doctor’s bag set for some months now. And while I appreciate seeing “reviews” on the toys my kids want, this is hardly a review. It seems more of a cut and paste of what “ingredients” are in the sets and how much certain retailers are charging. How about getting a kid to play with the sets and let us know how the toys measure up?

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